A History of the Saudi-Sino Relationship and Its Future Aspirations

Adnan Nasser

A History of the Saudi-Sino Relationship and Its Future Aspirations

China and Saudi Arabia have worked diligently to look beyond their bitter history defined by Cold War politics. As the global balance of power continues to shift, this relationship is one to watch.

The Intergenerational Trauma of Canada’s Residential Schools

Scott Wagner

The Intergenerational Trauma of Canada’s Residential Schools

What is the history behind the residential school system, and how does Canada confront the trauma inflicted upon First Nations communities today? Scott Wagner interviews Brad Marsden, an intergenerational survivor of the schools, to find out.

Zalmay Khalilzad’s Troubled History With Afghanistan

Sajjan M. Gohel & Victoria Jones

Zalmay Khalilzad’s Troubled History With Afghanistan

In light of Zalmay Khalilzad's recent resignation as US Special Envoy to Afghanistan, Sajjan M. Gohel and Victoria Jones trace his problematic role in American diplomacy across decades.

Existential Crises and Mass Movements

Cormac Kelly

Existential Crises and Mass Movements

A pandemic sweeping the globe, liberal democracies facing threats from rising authoritarianism—there are many parallels between the Interwar period and today. But with the added specter of climate change, activists must redouble the interwar generation’s efforts to fight against existential crisis.

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Existential Crises and Mass Movements

A pandemic sweeping the globe, liberal democracies facing threats from rising authoritarianism—there are many parallels between the Interwar period and today. But with the added specter of climate change, activists must redouble the interwar generation’s efforts to fight against existential crisis.


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